Mario and his friends will use hundreds of never-before-seen weapons to strategically take out enemies in true Rabbids style - with the occasional well-timed misfire. The Nintendo Switch exclusive already had a co-op mode of course, but this local PvP mode-in which each player can use a single Joy-Con-marks the first time the game has allowed you to fight against your friends. Utilizing combat tactics and the cover system, players will explore the four unique worlds with their team of heroes defeating foes, gathering collectibles and solving puzzles along their quest.
The surprisingly excellent Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle may be getting more paid DLC early next year, but rather than being contented with that developer Ubisoft has today announced its intention to bring local versus multiplayer to the game in a free bonus update tomorrow. We've played it and we think that fans of the base game will likely find a great new way to enjoy the strategy title.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Versus Mode will be available to download on Nintendo Switch from December 8, 2017.
Each player picks a custom three-hero squad and has a breadth of attacks and abilities from across the campaign at their disposal. For each character, the player will choose from among three unique pre-sets, with specific statistics and skills to create their own strategy. Customise your battles by limiting the number of turns, adding a time-limit, removing item drops, and more to adjust the scale of your tactical experience.
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